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BCLP Senior Associate Rachel Ziegler and Knowledge Development Lawyer Gilly Bradbury authored an article for Lexis PSL, first published Nov. 10, on the UK Supreme Court’s recent judgment in Crown Prosecution Service v Aquila Advisory Ltd [2021] UKSC 49. The case involved confiscation orders that were contested by those with a proprietary interest in the secret profits acquired by directors who had acted in breach of their fiduciary duty. Rachel and Gilly explain the background of the case, consider its practical implications and look in detail at the court’s decision. 

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